Sunday, July 17, 2016

Border poll graphics

Highlights of the data from our poll of 1,427 residents of 14 U.S. and Mexico border cities.
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(Photo by Courtney Pedroza/Cronkite News)

Poll results: Life on the border

The Cronkite News-Univision News-Dallas Morning News border poll was conducted by Baselice & Associates Inc., a survey research firm. The firm surveyed 1,427 people — 700 in the U.S., 727 in Mexico — on both sides of the border in May 2016. In total, 14 U.S. and Mexican cities in eight states were polled. Click here to download the full results. Explore the highlights below.


Top issues for border residents

Most important (U.S.)Most important (Mexico)Better or worse? (U.S.)Better or worse? (Mexico)

Crime

Trust in law enforcementSafetyDrug traffickingSending U.S. troops

Economy and jobs

Good jobs: Then and nowSister city dependenceSister city relationship

Border security

Border PatrolBuilding a wallImportance of a wall

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